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Reinhard Voigt - RV 05 / RV 06
Reinhard Voigt
RV 05 / RV 06
12" | 2021 | EU | Original (Kompakt Exklusiv)
15,19 €* 15,99 € -5%
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Reinhard Voigt finally delivers the long-awaited continuation of his minimalist concept series on KX with RV 05/06. The series with the beautiful crest-like label and the extremely minimalistic Reinhard Voigt-typical a little surreal, psychedelic and always humorous concept , stands deep in the tradition of straightforward rave and techno productions of the glorious electronic founding era. We have put together his two earlier KX releasesRV01/02andRV03/04with the brand new KX 24 - Rv05/06 toan exclusive bundle, in the vinyl version limited to 30 pieces and refined with a very special insert picture, painted by Mathis Dodell.
Reinhard Voigt - Robson Ponte
Reinhard Voigt
Robson Ponte
12" | 1999 | EU | Reissue (Kompakt)
8,39 €* 11,99 € -30%
Release:1999 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After his projects Kron and Sturm, Reinhard Voigt returns to the "crime scene" club with "Robson Ponte". With hooks and eyes, with all the tricks that you have learned as a producer in the last 9 years. "Techno Trax is back, you could say. Sometimes crazy, wild and funny like on B1 or with tightly laced shoes like on the A-side. The biorhythm for hard techno is also calling out in the cathedral city, and not just in Frankfurt, Munich and Berlin, for the tracks that, after 12 years of techno, give rise to a collective feeling in clubland. Take it or leave it. (Text: Riley Reinhold)
Reinhard Voigt - Was Wir Spüren
Reinhard Voigt
Was Wir Spüren
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Kompakt)
9,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Reinhard Voigt returns to his own label KOMPAKT with another episode of satiric techno to enlighten today’s current trend of deadpan dance music. Since the 1990’s, Reinhard has brought an unparalleled spirit into the techno scene through outrageously energetic live shows and the many releases under alias such as SRI, Pentax plus of course his ongoing collaboration Voigt & Voigt together with esteemed brother, Wolfgang Voigt. Reinhard embraces all that wildlife has to offer with “Was wir spüren”. Starting things off with the future afterparty anthem, “Das singende, klingende Ding” the bass drum is there to guide the lost and found through a voracious bee storm as the rooster crows gloriously towards duck quacking oblivion. “Tausendmal zu viel” fits perfectly as the soundtrack for to the artwork created by Mareena von Cube – a tormented hymn loops its way to the warriors of the never world. “Der Mann, der nie nach Deutz kam” is classic Reinhard Voigt techno at peak-time point. A throttling bass drum is voraciously fuelled by the jungle twilight.
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